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Astral Social Club - Smashed Tractor Album

Astral Social Club - Smashed Tractor Album

Performer: Astral Social Club
Title: Smashed Tractor
Style: Noise
Released: 2010
Cat#: vol. IV
Country: UK
Label: Journal Of The Belgae Folk Club
Size MP3 version: 1309 mb
Size FLAC version: 1818 mb
Size WMA version: 2563 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 519
Genre: Electronic

Astral Social Club - Smashed Tractor Album




  • ArtworkJohannes Høie


Limited to 50 copies.


Astral Social Club. Smashed Tractor. Posted by badgerstump at 13:29. Astral Social Club is Neil Campbell born 19 May 1966 in Scotland, a British musician notable for his vast catalogue and his many collaborations. Campbell has long been involved in the UK's experimental music scene, including acts like Vibra Cathedral Orchestra and Sunroof. In 2005 the magazine The Wire declared that he, Richard Youngs and Matthew Bower had provided the map co-ordinates for much of what passed for a POST-PUNK UK underground during most of the 80s and 90s. Born on May 19th 1966 in Scotland, he began making music read more. After leaving Vibracathedral Orchestra in 2006, veteran British experimental musician Neil Campbell focused on Astral Social Club, an outlet for his solo and small group recordings and performances that melded throbbing, intense techno beats with den. read more. similar to. astralsocialclub Albums. Join Myspace. Getting in is easy. Use one of your social networks or start fresh with an email address. Sign-up for news alerts for this artist. Sign-up for news alerts new releases, live shows and more for this artist: I want the Amoeba Newsletter too. Sort By: Release Date Label Album Title Price High to Low Price Low to High. View: listing image. Page: of. Album Title. Astral Social Club just lets me have full reign to indulge whatever folly I feel like indulging. Id say all of those things occur in my music. I never held with that boring artistic notion of the pram in the hall being the enemy of creativity anyway. Once I heard things that were a little further out, I knew there were other people out there who were making up their own rules, and that gave what I had been doing some kind of validity, made me feel as though there may be people out there who would be interested in what I was doing. I might drink a beer or a glass of wine or a whisky. Most popular albums by Astral Social Club: Astral Social Club, Rashad Becker. The Wire - Below The Radar Vol 14. Stream Astral Social Club - Squeegee Anthem 2 by vhfrecords from desktop or your mobile the latest tracks by Astral Social Club in premium quality formats on Beatport, the world's largest music store for DJs. Rubber Lagg Original Mix. Techno Peak Time, Driving, Hard. play queue. Mach Original Mix. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM 0, with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing

By the way: Neil Campbell, the man behind the "Astral Social Club" project, was born on 19 May 1966 in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. - And for anybody wondering what the seemingly senseless hint at my spelling error is all about (the one in brackets in my December 19, 2018 post): I had originally typed "instead of "Müller-Westernhagen's"", just as intended, but then the "helpful" auto-correction took its toll, with this now repeated mistake also going unnoticed by me until after I had posted my comment.
As an addition to yesterday's post (which by the way had another annoying typing error - "liitle" in place of "little"), I will cite what a certain "Ant" wrote in a review ("Staff review, 20 May 2010") that I've found at www.normanrecords.com, regarding the packaging of this Ltd. mini CDr with Stumptown sleeve: "This is a super nice 3" CD housed in a 5" stumptown sleeve with acetate inserts, hand stamped with posh little sealed envelopes. Very smart looking indeed." He then went on to praise the music contained.
In the meantime, my previous post here from a liitle more than three years ago (which featured the spelling mistake "Müller-Westernhagens" instead of "Müller-Westernhagens") has long since become invalid, as the erroneous placement mentioned in it has been rectified.
This obscure CDr makes no sense at all on a release page for Marius Müller-Westernhagens 1986 album "Lausige Zeiten" and should therefore be removed from that site.